Category Archives: Nintendo
In a world created by fabric we find our favorite dinosaur. No time to help Mario and save the princess, it’s time to save the other Yoshi brothers and sisters! Yoshi is ready for the new adventure on Wii U and it’s without a doubt one of the best looking games on the console. Although a great looking game is fun, it’s no guarantee to make a great game. Is Wooly World good? Time to find out!
Minecraft is a tremendous success and playable on almost every platform, except on Nintendo platform. Minecraft isn’t coming to Nintendo in the near future so if you want some Minecraft action, you’ll have to play some good alternatives. Cube Life is by far the best alternative for the sandbox filed with breakable blocks.
When people see My Zoo Vet Practice 3D they seem to think it’s nothing more than a shovelware game. And that’s kinda sad considering that many elements of this game show human nature is its fullests and it’s most “Naked form” if you will.
Jurassic World is running in theaters for a while now and it’s breaking all record. The fans had to wait long for it but finally got their sequel they’ve always dreamt of. The movie is everything fans hoped for and even more. A popular movie nowadays always comes with a game as well. Jurassic World isn’t just getting a game, it’s getting one of the best LEGO games ever created.
Comic Workshop 2 is a new app that can be downloaded in the Nintendo 3DS eShop starting today. It isn’t really a game but it’s a very powerful tool to start drawing some kick-ass manga. Unlike Art Academy, this ‘game’ gives you a lot of freedom to create the way you want.
Another Indie team releases its effort but is this game worth it’s price of admission? Find out here.
The Swapper is an indie game that got a lot of praise when it released. But does this indie darling deserve the praise it’s getting? Read our review and find out.
Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven is a special little game. Not only because of the gameplay but also because of the story behind it. Maiden Heaven was in creations at the moment the developer went bankrupt. If it wasn’t for Marvelous, who continued the development with the team, the game would never have existed. We’re really glad Marvelous took the shot because this game is really enjoyable.
The Wii U is a great console but it lacks some support. A lot of gamers aren’t pleased with the lack of third party support and we can’t actually blame them. Lucky for Wii U gamers, Indie games are getting more common on the console. EnjoyUp and UFO Crash Games worked together to bring a Shmup (shoot ‘em up) to the console. Not many of those are found in the eShop,so let’s find out if it’s any good.